This is what happens when you're a good team in the ACC: You get so bored with the conference competition that two members of your starting secondary, P.J. Williams and Terrence Brooks, play hangman on the sideline during the fourth quarter.
This week against Idaho, they might be able to play hangman between plays with dry erase boards on the actual field.
Florida State is beating teams so badly that the players are now engaging in Hangman on the FSU sidelines.
While pummeling Syracuse on Saturday, a TV camera caught Seminoles P.J. Williams and Terrence Brooks playing the classic game on a whiteboard out of boredom. Florida State went on to beat the Orange, 59-3. No word on who won the other, likely more intriguing game.
Florida State’s players certainly didn’t find themselves in much of a competition on the field against Syracuse Saturday – the Seminoles blew out the Orange, 59-3. Apparently FSU defensive backs P.J. Williams and Terrence Brooks decided they’d make good use of their free time. They were caught using the whiteboard to play ‘hangman.” @TomahawkNation better quality pic...
Terrence Brooks suffered a concussion in the second half of Florida State’s 41-14 win against Miami. Brooks is considered day to day. FSU reports that he probably will not play against Wake Forest.
A series of injuries to the starters appear to be helping the Seminoles to dominate the ACC. The FSU secondary has been hard hit with injuries all year. The FSU secondary players have...
This could have been a lot worse. Florida State safety Terrence Brooks and Maryland wide receiver Nigel King crashed into each other mid-air at full speed in the third quarter of today’s game between the Seminoles and the Terrapins. Brooks bounced right up from the collision, but the same couldn’t be said for King.
TALLAHASSEE -- Terrence Brooks was a star. He knew it. His coaches knew it. Florida State's coaches saw it.
But the recruiting analysts weren't so sure. They had Brooks as a three-star prospect, placing him in a category where he was projected to just as easily miss as hit at the college level.
Brooks never liked that. It's something that drives him each day he steps...
For this installment of NoleDigest TV, Florida State junior safety Terrence Brooks talks about possibly fighting for a starting job this season and which of the receivers has impressed him the most.
Florida State looked dead in the water trailing 14-0 to Notre Dame, but the 'Noles got some huge plays -- including a monster INT by Terrence Brooks -- in the second half to pull out an 18-14 victory.